Australia’s quality news outlets have gained a strong and loyal following on Twitter, according to a world-first index created by researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI).
What does Dolly Parton's popularity in Malawi tell us about how and why media entertainment moves across the globe? Drawing from fieldwork, this talk will analyze informal distribution of entertainment in a country that media multinationals actively ignore.
This talk will be followed by an overview of research in the Entertainment Industries program at QUT.
[imi] is a research project that examines the role creative innovation plays in the context of interactive media entertainment and to explore how successful companies in this space derive and exploit creative inspiration.
This workshop will examine various notions of property, in particular cultural property and intellectual property, and how they are employed in rights discourses in the Asia-Pacific region. Case studies will focus on Asia, Australia and North America.
Deakin University, Melbourne City Centre, Level 3, 550 Bourke Street
This thirtieth anniversary edition – coinciding with Ong’s centenary year – reproduces his best-known and most influential book in full and brings it up to date with two new exploratory essays by cultural writer and critic John Hartley.
The CCI's 13th Symposium, 12-13 November, is rapidly approaching. Our first Perth-based Symposium, hosted by our partners ECU and Curtin, promises to be an exciting one, showcasing the diverse range of CCI's research capabilities and interests. We are delighted to welcome Edith Cowan University VC, Kerry Cox, and Curtin DVC (Academic), Colin Stirling, who will give opening/welcoming addresses, as well as colleagues and collaborators from many of our (now nine!) partner institutions.